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See also: "Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1995
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Parishes won by gubernatorial candidates in the October 21, 1995 jungle primary.
  Mike Foster (38)
  Cleo Fields (18)
  Buddy Roemer (4)
  Mary Landrieu (2)
  Phil Preis (2)
Louisiana gubernatorial election jungle primary, 1995
Party Candidate Votes %
"Republican "Mike Foster 385,267 26.10
"Democratic "Cleo Fields 280,921 19.03
"Democratic Mary Landrieu 271,938 18.43
"Republican "Buddy Roemer 263,330 17.84
"Democratic "Phil Preis 133,271 9.03
"Democratic "Melinda Schwegmann 71,288 4.83
"Democratic "Robert Adley 27,534 1.87
"Independent Arthur D. "Jim" Nichols 16,616 1.13
"Democratic Gene H. Alexander 5,688 0.39
"Independent Kenneth Woods 4,964 0.34
"Independent Darryl Paul Ward 4,210 0.29
"Democratic Belinda Alexandrenko 3,161 0.21
"Independent Lonnie Creech 2,338 0.16
"Independent Ronnie Glynn Johnson 1,884 0.13
"Independent Anne Thompson 1,416 0.1
Total votes 1,473,826 100

1996 Senate election[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 1996
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Parishes won by Senate candidates in the November 5, 1996 runoff.
  Mary Landrieu
  Woody Jenkins
Louisiana United States Senate jungle primary election, September 21, 1996[90]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
"Republican "Woody Jenkins 322,244 26.23
"Democratic Mary Landrieu 264,268 21.51
"Democratic "Richard Ieyoub 250,682 20.41
"Republican "David Duke 141,489 11.52
"Republican "Jimmy Hayes 71,699 5.84
"Republican Bill Linder 58,243 4.74
"Republican "Chuck McMains 45,164 3.68
"Republican "Peggy Wilson 31,877 2.6
"Democratic "Troyce Guice 15,277 1.24
"Independent Nicholas J. Accardo 10,035 0.82
"Independent Arthur D. "Jim" Nichols 7,894 0.64
"Democratic Sadie Roberts-Joseph 4,660 0.38
"Independent "Tom Kirk 1,987 0.16
"Independent Darryl Paul Ward 1,770 0.14
"Independent Sam Houston Melton, Jr. 1,270 0.1
"Turnout 1,228,559
Louisiana United States Senate election runoff, November 5, 1996[91]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
"Democratic Mary Landrieu 852,945 50.17 -3.78
"Republican "Woody Jenkins 847,157 49.83 +6.35
Majority 5788 0.34 -10.13
"Turnout 1,700,102
"Democratic hold

2002 Senate election[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2002
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Parishes won by Senate candidates in the December 7, 2002 runoff.
  Mary Landrieu
  Suzanne Haik Terrell
Louisiana United States Senate jungle primary election, November 5, 2002
Party Candidate Votes % ±
"Democratic Mary Landrieu (Incumbent) 573,347 46.00
"Republican "Suzanne Haik Terrell 339,506 27.24
"Republican "John Cooksey 171,752 13.78
"Republican "Tony Perkins 119,776 9.61
"Democratic Raymond Brown 23,553 1.89
"Independent Patrick E. "Live Wire" Landry 10,442 0.84
"Independent James Lemann 3,866 0.31
"Libertarian Gary D. Robbins 2,423 0.19
"Republican Ernest Edward Skillman, Jr. 1,668 0.13
"Turnout 1,246,333
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Parishes won by Senate candidates in the November 4, 2008 general election.
  Mary Landrieu
  John Neely Kennedy
Louisiana United States Senate election runoff, December 7, 2002
Party Candidate Votes % ±
"Democratic Mary Landrieu (Incumbent) 638,654 51.70 +1.53
"Republican "Suzanne Haik Terrell 596,642 48.30 -1.53
Majority 42,012 3.4 +3.06
"Turnout 1,235,296
"Democratic hold

2008 Senate election[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2008
Louisiana United States Senate jungle primary election, November 5, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±
"Democratic Mary Landrieu (Incumbent) 988,298 52.11 +0.41
"Republican "John Neely Kennedy 867,177 45.72 -2.58
"Libertarian Richard Fontanesi 18,590 0.98 n/a
"Independent Jay Patel 13,729 0.72 n/a
"Independent Robert Stewart 8,780 0.46 n/a
Majority 121,121 6.39 +2.99
"Turnout 1,896,574
"Democratic hold

2014 U.S. Senate election[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2014

"Bill Cassidy ran for the "Senate in "2014 against three term incumbent Mary Landrieu. Cassidy was endorsed by Republican "Senator "David Vitter.[92] Cassidy defeated Landrieu in the run-off election held on December 6, 2014, winning 56% of the vote while Landrieu received 44% of the vote. Cassidy thus became the first Republican to occupy the seat since "William P. Kellogg left it in 1883.[93]

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Jungle primary results by parish
United States Senate election jungle primary in Louisiana, 2014[94]
Party Candidate Votes %
"Democratic Mary Landrieu (Incumbent) 619,402 42.08
"Republican "Bill Cassidy 603,048 40.97
"Republican Rob Maness 202,556 13.76
"Republican Thomas Clements 14,173 0.96
"Libertarian Brannon McMorris 13,034 0.89
"Democratic Wayne Ables 11,323 0.77
"Democratic William Waymire 4,673 0.32
"Democratic Vallian Senegal 3,835 0.26
Total votes 1,473,826 100
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Runoff results by parish
United States Senate election runoff in Louisiana, 2014[95]
Party Candidate Votes %
"Republican "Bill Cassidy 712,379 55.93%
"Democratic Mary Landrieu (Incumbent) 561,210 44.07%
Total votes 1,273,589 100.00%
"Republican gain from "Democratic

Post Senate Career[edit]

Landrieu was hired by Van Ness Feldman, a DC Law Firm.[96] She is also a strategic advisor to the "Walton Family Foundation in April 2015.[97]

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Political offices
Preceded by
"Mary Evelyn Parker
Treasurer of Louisiana
1988–1996
Succeeded by
"Ken Duncan
Party political offices
Preceded by
"Bennett Johnston
"Democratic nominee for "U.S. Senator from "Louisiana
("Class 2)

"1996, "2002, "2008, "2014
Most recent
"United States Senate
Preceded by
"Bennett Johnston
"U.S. Senator (Class 2) from Louisiana
1997–2015
Served alongside: "John Breaux, "David Vitter
Succeeded by
"Bill Cassidy
Preceded by
"John Kerry
Chair of the "Senate Small Business Committee
2009–2014
Succeeded by
"Maria Cantwell
Preceded by
"Ron Wyden
Chair of the "Senate Energy Committee
2014–2015
Succeeded by
"Lisa Murkowski
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